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    which 4 stroke to race ?

    Hey Guys and ladies ,
    Looking for some advice as to what year and model Seadoo would be good for Closed Course racing . Have a 2 stroke ski now , but would like to get a 4 stroke for next year races. From what I can tell a RXP would be a good starting ski ? Any help\advice would be great !
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    Rxpx.
    They are 10-20% quicker out of the hole and they are very dependable.
    You can get a good 08 model in the 6k range.

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    which 4 stroke to race ?

    Lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
    Hey Guys and ladies ,
    Looking for some advice as to what year and model Seadoo would be good for Closed Course racing . Have a 2 stroke ski now , but would like to get a 4 stroke for next year races. From what I can tell a RXP would be a good starting ski ? Any help\advice would be great !
    Thanks
    start with the RXP on close course. If it's endurance race, especially in Neptune's backyard, I would go for a 3 seater. my .02 cents

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    Simple.... the 260 RXP X ... Best handling ski ...

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    RXP doesnt handle the chop very well and doesnt have enough power...You would need a RXPX and even then the old ones had the same hull and didnt handle the chop very well....

    I love the way the 2012 RXPX handles the rough!!!!

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    Without a doubt I think you should follow these suggestions and get a Sea Doo to race against me next season. In fact PLEASE get a sea doo. Listen to these guys they know what they are talking about. Don't listen to the Kawi guys they are just stupid cheerleaders. ( I think that is what all of you call us, right?) You will win every race with the sea doo. Just ask everyone in this section if you don't believe me.

    OK see even a Kawi guy wants you to get a Sea Doo. That should seal the deal now go buy your new or new to you Sea Doo.

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    rxpx is what you need !!

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    In support of my R5 brother....What are you waiting for? RXPX!

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    Re: which 4 stroke to race ?

    No buy a vxr or 15f and race with me!

    Sean

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